Dark cold brew coffee meets bittersweet smoky rhubarb in the refreshing Brhubarb (“Brew-barb”) Swizzle. A bright botanical rhubarb gin adds appealing complexity, with lemon, a touch of honey and almond syrup balancing the deep roasted coffee.

The inspiration for this cocktail did not start with the name. The name came afterwards when I realized it was a fun play on words that magically made sense with the ingredients! Instead, I was simply inspired to work with flavors I thought would be unique and maybe a bit unexpected. I believe the outcome is a refreshing cocktail anyone would enjoy. You may just find it hard to only have one. Cheers!

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Ingredients

 1 oz Rhubarb Gin(Ha’Penny)
 0.75 oz Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 0.50 oz Zucca Rabarbaro
 0.75 oz Lemon Juice
 0.50 oz Honey syrup (2:1)
 0.25 oz Orgeat

Directions

1

Combine the gin, Mr. Black, amaro, lemon juice, honey syrup and orgeat in a large tin.

2

Add a small amount of crushed or pebble ice to the ingredients and whip shake (about 8 seconds).

3

Open pour into a chilled highball glass, and top off with more crushed/pebble ice.

4

Grate a coffee bean over top, and garnish with a thin lemon wheel.

5

Enjoy, then repeat steps 1-4.

6

(Note: if you choose, feel free to add ingredients to a chilled highball, then add your ice and swizzle it the traditional way.)


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5 Comments

  1. pete 12 October 2021 at 2:59 am

    Make the Brhubarb Swizzle and leave a comment! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Cheers.

  2. Nancy Sherman 14 October 2021 at 4:12 am

    Sounds delicious I will give it a try!

  3. roxyb73 16 October 2021 at 4:51 pm

    I really want the Zucca Rabarbaro, I think I would like this one. I absolutely LOVE Rhubarb GIN

    • pete 18 October 2021 at 4:35 am

      You should have the Zucca available down there, right? I hope you get to try this given your love for Rhubarb Gin!

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